UPDATE: The 2021 International Summit on Suicide Research will be held VIRTUALLY from October 24-27, 2021.
Registration for the 2021 Summit is now open.
Registration rates for regular attendees are based on the attendee’s current country of residence. Click here to view the World Bank country classifications. Attendees still in training qualify for a lower registration rate regardless of current residence (verification of student status is required during the registration process).
Registration Categories, Rates, and Deadlines
Early Registration Rate
|Regular Registration Rate|
|Until September 15, 2021||Starting September 16, 2021|
|World Bank Country Group A||$350 USD||$400 USD|
|World Bank Country Group B||$300 USD||$350 USD|
|World Bank Country Group C||$275 USD||$325 USD|
|World Bank Country Group D & E||$175 USD||$200 USD|
|Student/Trainee/Post Doc*||$100 USD||$125 USD|
|Virtual Time Zone (UTC+6 – UTC+12)**||$175 USD||$200 USD|
*Student/Trainee/Postdocs must be currently enrolled in school or a training program. Students must provide a current student ID or letter from their training director to verify their registration status.
**Registration fees for those residing in time zones that fall within UTC+6 – UTC+12 are discounted due to the live presentation times for the conference. Recordings for all live sessions will be made available.
Cancellation Policy: The deadline to cancel a registration for a partial refund is Friday, October 1, 2021. Cancellations made before this date are subject to a $50 cancellation fee. Any cancellations received after the deadline are not eligible for a refund.
A reduced registration fee is offered for full members of the IASR for the Suicide Summit. Members that are up to date on their membership dues will receive an email with information on how to access the discount.
Considering becoming a member of the IASR?
The IASR welcomes individuals who are engaged in ongoing research on suicide, either directly or as advisers, reviewers, or consultants to become full members of the IASR.
Application criteria are:
1) an outstanding and internationally recognized track record in the field of suicidology and
2) support from two existing full members (either as submitted as letters of nomination or an email stating the support).For more information, please see: https://suicide-research.org/membership.